1863 posts categorized "FASHION"

Nov 23 2015
New York Seen Comments (0)


I'm always flabbergasted when I see girls struggling to walk in heels. Why bother, until you've got the fine art perfected? Video after the jump ...

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Nov 22 2015
Your Nightly Briefing Comments (0)
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This is the latest in a series of posts by The Underwear Expert

It’s a black pair of underwear that fits well and looks sharp. What more could you possibly want? We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again: simplicity is a form of elegance. And with the Jet Black Modal Boxer Brief from Comfortable Boxer Co., you get an everyday pair of underwear so comfortable it’ll quickly earn its way into the front of your underwear drawer. The boxer brief is made from modal which is replacing cotton as the go-to fabric for making underwear. It’s lighter, softer and even more breathable. Another winning feature for our Editor’s Pick is the grey waistband that’s used to accent the underwear’s black body. The Underwear Expert has nothing against underwear that’s entirely black — we love it in fact — but the grey waistband gives this boxer brief the right amount of fashion sense to make it a smarter underwear option for any given day of the week.

The brand currently sells just three different pairs, with a second collection currently being funded through Kickstarter. But we aren’t complaining. Rather than bombard us with a barrage of underwear, Comfortable Boxer Co. sought to perfect what they do best – make comfortable boxers.

Judging from our exclusive photoshoot with Matt O’Brien below, our Editor’s Pick: Comfortable Boxer Co. looks best when paired with a black snapback turned backwards – and some serious, mouth-watering muscles. But unless you’re an underwear model, this isn’t acceptable daily attire. Pair your black Modal Boxer Brief however you want. Like we’ve said, it’s a versatile pair of underwear. It’s casual, simple and sharp. It can slide nicely under any shade of denim, chinos, etc. That being said, some grey or black jeans would probably look best. They can be your standard denim or something more modern with destructed or motto detailing.

You can see more of this photo shoot on The Underwear Expert.

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Nov 18 2015
Your Nightly Briefing: Francisco Brothers Comments (0)
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Venezuelan brothers Miguel (white AMU shorts) and Emilio (blue AMU shorts) Francisco shot by Adrian C. Martin in Tenerife, Spain, in AMU.


Nov 16 2015
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Adrian C. Martin shoots Lionel Lopez in Manus Swimwear. Location? Gran Canaria, Canary Islands.

Nov 15 2015
Guy & Doll Comments (0)


Coming out in pre-K can be tragic, but this little bitch—with hair I'd scratch his eyes out for—seems to be owning it: Check out the new gay-positive Moschino Barbie commercial, featuring a flamboyant li'l boy, then let me know if you found it adorably inclusive or depressingly designer-label fetishy ...

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Nov 13 2015
Your Nightly Briefing: Alexandros Kaltsidis For Modus Vivendi Comments (0)
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Alexandros Kaltsidis photographed by Panos Misailidis in the new Modus Vivendi Geo Lace line.

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In honor of Transgender Awareness Week (November 14—20), Jack Jackson of Alljackedup has designed a commemorative bow tie  in honor of the “activists, pioneers and heroes of the transgender, gender-varient and gender non-conforming communities.”

 The tie name-checks Laverne Cox, Marsha P. Johnson, Sylvia Rivera and others.

Half the proceeds from the sale of the tie (and all other Alljackedup products) during Transgender Awareness Week will go to Supporting Our Youth.


'Tis the season for using bow ties to help others, apparently: The Pocket Square collection (that goes live on November 17) is a series of sharp menswear accessories that reflect and assist Africa. All proceeds go to AidForAfrica.org, so that each item sold brings books to school kids, protects wildlife and helps those with HIV/AIDS in Africa.


Nov 12 2015
5 Winter Essentials Every Male Should Own Comments (0)

Now the nights are drawing in and the temperature is dropping, it can’t have escaped your notice that winter is fast approaching. Soon you’ll be stepping out for work to be greeted by crisp, cold foggy mornings, and you’ll need the dreaded ice scraper for your car’s windscreen. But if you’re properly prepared, winter doesn’t have to be a drudge. Make sure you’ve got these five winter essentials in your life and you should breeze through the colder months…

  1. The Perfect Cardigan

Cardigans have seen a huge rise in popularity over the past few years, and we love the fact that they’re a must-have in the world of menswear. Thin ones are great for layering under your work suit, while chunky knits are just the thing for weekend walks. Try a shawl collar for a cosy ‘grandad’ style look.

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Keep up with emails, social media, and work without freezing your mitts off – a pair of touch screen gloves is definitely a winter essential. You can even use them at the cashpoint. Cold fingers shall be no more!

  1. A Winter Suit

There’s no use setting off to work in a suit that’s thin, worn, and seen better days when the wind is thrashing around and the rain is lashing down. Winter deserves respect – opt for a suit in a thicker material that will keep you toasty on your way to work and home again. Try men’s suits from Dobell for great quality at wallet-friendly prices. And remember – although you may be tempted to opt for a super-snug fit to keep yourself looking slick, it’s always wise to make sure if it really does turn bitterly cold, you’ve got enough room under your jacket to factor in a jumper or cardigan.

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Winter will nip at your ankles and give you a chill without thinking twice about it, so make sure you’re prepared. A decent pair of thick (ideally woollen) socks will keep the harsh temperatures at bay. Opt for a snazzy print to add interest to your everyday wardrobe, or keep your look traditional with a marled finish.

  1. A Tweed Waistcoat

Quintessentially British and warmer than your average waistcoat, a tweed waistcoat is a must for the colder months. They look great on their own when paired with a slick shirt and tie, or keep the look classic by matching with a formal suit. Weddings, parties, work – you’ll get bags of wear out of your favourite tweed waistcoat.

Whether you need all five of these winter essentials to update your wardrobe and get you ready for winter, or you’re just in need of a few key pieces, ensuring you’re ready for the cold snap ahead is key to staying on top of your game. After all, being cold and freezing for days on end never did anyone any favours.


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